Wondering what to do with the Christmas tree you don’t feel like taking down? Here are the details for Amber, Lower Gwynedd, Whitpain, and Upper Dublin.
Borough of Ambler
In Ambler, Christmas trees are to be placed curbside on January 5th or 19th for regular yard waste pickup. You are asked to place your tree at the curb by early in the morning. Trees are not to be placed in plastic tree bags.
Lower Gwynedd Township
Christmas trees can be dropped off at Ingersoll Park following the holiday. This park is located at 905 Wister Avenue, Penllyn. These trees are chipped and used throughout the township’s parks. The township’s contracted trash hauler, Republic Services, will also collect Christmas trees curbside on January 9th and January 16th.
In Whitpain, Christmas trees will be collected on January 5th (south side of Skippack Pike) and January 6th (north side of Skippack Pike). A second collection will be January 26th (south side of Skippack Pike) and January 27th (north side of Skippack Pike) with the normal yard waste collection.
Trees must be free of any ornaments, including tree bags, lights, tinsel, hooks, etc. or they will not be collected. Trees must be placed out at the curb the night before the collection. Please note this program is not available to private communities.
Upper Dublin Township
In Upper Dublin, Christmas trees will be collected north of Susquehanna Road on January 6th and south of Susquehanna Road on January 13th. Any remaining will be collected on January 27th. You are asked to place your trees curbside. Do not place trees in plastic bags. All decorations and stands must be removed. All trees are taken to the township compost site.